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Service for Sight 

Our Philanthropy...

Our philanthropy, Service for Sight, supports the five schools founded by Delta Gammas and other North American organizations that provide access and advocacy for people in the blind or visually impaired community or who promote sight preservation and conservation. This philanthropy has been at the heart of the Delta Gamma mission since 1936 when a member who was blind, Ruth Billow, Eta-Akron, petitioned to adopt “Aid to the Blind” as our official philanthropy.

Delta Gamma Schools for Children with Visual Impairments:

⚓︎ Blind Children's Center, Los Angeles, CA

⚓︎ Foundation for Blind Children, Phoenix, AZ

⚓︎Anchor Center for Blind Children, Denver, CO

⚓︎Children's Center for Visually Impaired, Kansas City, KS

⚓︎Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments, St. Louis, MO

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Giving Back Locally 

Our local philanthropy is Aggie Guide Dogs. In addition to raising money through our philanthropic events, Delta Gammas perform many other local service projects which allow us to give back to a community that is always so willing to open its arms to our sorority and college students. Some local community service we participate in as a chapter include:

  • Dog Walking at Aggieland Humane Society

  • Volunteering at Von's Vision

  • Making occluders for local elementary school vision testing

  • Making dog toys for Aggie Guide Dogs

  • Highway cleanups

  • A variety of canned food and toy drives

  • Volunteering at local school fairs and festivals

  • Making holiday cards for residents at Langford Retirement Home


"Service for Sight and Delta Gamma Foundation are the reason behind everything we do at Eta Gamma. Having the opportunity to give back and help visually impaired individuals is truly such a blessing, and I believe it strengthens the bonds of our sisterhood. Doing good alongside other Delta Gammas is rewarding and by fundraising and raising awareness for our philanthropies, we're able to contimue that mission with the people we love."

Ali Grossman

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